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Serpent Mound: still built by the Adena, and still rebuilt during Fort Ancient period2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 84-93
  • Edward W. Herrmann
  • G. William Monaghan
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see this issue 42,56; 57-83
Serpent Mound in its Woodland period context: second rejoinder to Lepper2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 57-83
  • William F. Romain
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see this issue 42-56
Debating the age of Serpent Mound: a reply to Romains and Herrman's rejoinder to Lepper concerning Serpent Mound2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 42-56
  • Bradley T. Lepper
  • Tod A. Frolking
  • William H. Pickard
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see Midcont J Archaeol 2018 (43): 76-88
On the age of Serpent Mound: a reply to Roman and colleagues2018 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 43 (1): 62-75
  • Bradley T. Lepper
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109with rejoinder by authors, 76-88
Climate change and migration along a Mississippian periphery: a Fort Ancient example2018 American antiquity 83 (1): 91-108
  • Aaron R. Comstock
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Rejoinder to Lepper concerning Serpent Mound2018 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 43 (1): 76-88
  • Edward W. Herrmann
  • William F. Romain
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see this issue, 62-75
Growth of a village: using fluoride analysis and artifact frequencies to examine Fort Ancient/Mississippian household and site formation2018 American antiquity 83 (3): 552-64
  • Mark R. Schurr
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Arguments for the age of Serpent Mound2018 Cambridge archaeological journal 28 (3): 433-50
  • Bradley T. Lepper
  • Carol Diaz-Granádos
  • James R. Duncan
  • Tod A. Frolking
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Growth of a village: using fluoride analysis and artifact frequencies to examine early For Ancient/Mississippian household and site formation2018 American antiquity 83 (3): 552-64
  • Mark R. Schurr
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Radiocarbon dates reveal Serpent Mound is more than two thousand years old2017 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 42 (3): 201-22
  • Edward Herrmann
  • G. William Monaghan
  • Jarrod Burks
  • William F. Romain
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Early village llife in southeastern Indiana: a recent field investigations at the Guard Site (12D29)2015 Southeastern archaeology 34 (2): 95-115
  • Aaron R. Comstock
  • Jarrod Burks
  • Kristie R. Martin
  • Robert A. Cook
  • Wendy Church
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Ritual economy and craft prodution in small-scale societies: evidence from microwear analysis of Hopewell bladelets2015 Journal of anthropological archaeology 39: 124-38
  • G. Logan Miller
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Focusing on the old wood problem: a response to Hart and Nolan2015 American antiquity 80 (3): 613-14
  • Aaron R. Comstock
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see this issue 610-12, Spanish summary
Comment on Cook and Comstock's "Evaluating the old wood problem in a temperate climate: a Fort Ancient case study"2015 American antiquity 80 (3): 610-12
  • John P. Hart
  • Kevin C. Nolan
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see Amer antiq 2014 (79): 763-75, with reply by authors, 613-14, Spanish summary
Ohio's ancient earthworks2014 First American art magazine 5: 56-9
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Temporal hygiene: problems in cultural chronology of the late prehistoric period of the middle Ohio river valley2012 Southeastern archaeology 31 (2): 185-206
  • Kevin C. Nolan
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
European trade goods at the Ripley site: implications for interaction networks and chronology2012 Northeast anthropology (77-78): 89-138
  • Penelope B. Drooker
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST-]1068-9982French summary
Phosphates, plowzones, and plazas: a minimally invasive approach to settlement structure of plowed village sites2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (1): 23-32
  • Christopher I. Roos
  • Kevin C. Nolan
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Determining site size and structure: a Fort Ancient example2011 American antiquity 76 (1): 145-62
  • Jarrod Burks
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
An evolutionary model of social change in the middle Ohio valley: was social complexity impossible during the late woodland but mandatory in the late prehistoric?2010 Journal of anthropological archaeology 29 (1): 62-79
  • Kevin Nolan
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Patterns in ontogeny of human trabecular bone from SunWatch village in the prehistoric Ohio Valley: general features of microarchitectural change2009 American journal of physical anthropology 138 (3): 318-32
  • James H. Gosman
  • Richard A. Ketcham
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Eating between the lines: Mississippian migration and stable carbon isotope variation in Fort Ancient populations2009 American anthropologist 111 (3): 344-59
  • Mark R. Schurr
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Points in time: assessing a Fort Ancient triangular projectile point typology2009 Southeastern archaeology 28 (2): 220-32
  • Kelli Carmean
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Regional variation in Kentucky Fort Ancient shell temper adoption2008 Southeastern archaeology 27 (2): 238-52
  • A. Gwyn Henderson
  • C. Martin Raymer
  • David Pollack
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin thematic issue 'Shell-tempered ceramics in the eastern woodlands'
The incorporation of Mississippian traditions into Fort Ancient societies: a preliminary view of the shift to shell-tempered pottery use in the middle Ohio valley2008 Southeastern archaeology 27 (2): 222-37
  • Lane F. Fargher
  • Robert A. Cook
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin thematic issue 'Shell-tempered ceramics in the eastern woodlands'
The Mariemont earthworks: a Fort Ancient serpentine hydraulic structure2008 North American archaeologist 29 (2): 123-43
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
The Mariemont earthwork: a Fort Ancient serpentine hydraulic structure2008 North American archaeologist 29 (2): 123-43
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Single component sites with long sequences of radiocarbon dates: the SunWatch site and middle Fort Ancient village growth2007 American antiquity 72 (3): 439-60
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Reconstructing perishable architecture: prospects and limitations of a Fort Ancient example2005 North American archaeologist 26 (4): 357-88
  • Robert A. Cook
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
A preliminary examination of quantitative methods for classifying small triangular points from late prehistoric sites: a case study from the Ohio river valley2004 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 29 (1): 43-61
  • Andrew P. Bradbury
  • Michael D. Richmond
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Current research on late precontact societies of the midcontinental United States2004 Journal of archaeological research 12 (4): 311-72
  • Sissel Schroeder
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1059-0161monographic issue
Alligator Mound: geoarchaeological and iconographical interpretations of a late prehistoric effigy mound in central Ohio, USA2003 Cambridge archaeological journal 13 (2): 147-67
  • Bradley T. Lepper
  • Tod A. Frolking
0959-7743
A prelminary investigation of population dynamics of the upper Ohio valley: AD 1200-16502003 Archaeology of eastern North America 31: 1-14
  • Brown Boyd P.
  • Loren R. Lease
  • Nancey E. Tetarek
  • Paul W. Sciulli
0360-1021
Fort Ancient /Mississippian interaction on the northeastern periphery2002 Southeastern archaeology 21 (2): 206-20
  • Christopher Begley
  • David Pollack
  • Gwynn Henderson
0734-578Xin thematic section 'Frontiers, backwaters, and peripheries: exploring the edges of the Mississippian world'
Cahokia interaction with contemporary southeastern and eastern societies1993 Midcontinental Journal of archaeology 18 (1): 3-17
  • J B Griffin
Bison and subsistence change: the protohistoric Ohio valley and Illinois valley connection1992 Research in economic anthropology 6: 103-30
  • K B Tankersley
Novice thoughts on a Fort Ancient site1992 Prehistoric American 26 (1): 9-11
  • Stod Rowe
The possible role of salt production in Fort Ancient cultural development from A.D. 1200 to 15501992 Research in economic anthropology 6: 77-99
  • A G Henderson
  • D Pollack